Waffles are a classic breakfast food, whether you like them with just syrup or smothered with toppings, the options are endless to how you can enjoy them. Here are some unique ways to enjoy the breakfast favorite at any time of the day.

 

  • Scrambled Eggs
    A quick and easy way to make another breakfast favorite. You can also add your favorite meats and vegetables to make an omelet like creation. Adding a thin layer of the egg mixture will help the eggs not only cook faster, but cook all the way through.
  • French Toast
    This breakfast staple is easily cooked in a waffle iron. Whether you are using an iron with shallow or deep pockets, it’s a fun twist on the original.
  • Cinnamon Rolls
    Place these directly onto the iron and in minutes you’ll have a delicious breakfast treat. Depending on the size of your iron, you can cook one or more together in a fraction of the time it takes to bake in the oven.
  • Hash browns
    Rounding out the traditional breakfast foods, hash browns, and tots are great to cook in the waffle iron. The waffle iron makes the outside nice and crispy while leaving the insides soft and warm.
  • Cookies
    Now you don’t have to wait for the oven to preheat to have these yummy treats. Make sure to use smaller amounts of dough to help bake the cookies thoroughly.
  • Brownies
    Using your waffle iron is one of the fastest and easiest ways to enjoy this chocolatey dessert. Waffle brownies make great cones for ice cream and sundaes.
  • Birthday Cake
    Add a scoop of cake batter to your iron and cook for a few minutes. Topping with whipped cream and sprinkles will make breakfast extra festive for that special birthday brunch.
  • Red Velvet
    A special twist on the typical cake batter, red velvet waffles will sure impress any breakfast or brunch guest. Whip together vanilla, powdered sugar and cream cheese for a tasty topping perfect for red velvet waffles.

 

As always, make sure to consult your use and care guide for tips on the best way to use and maintain your waffle iron.

 

 

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